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Astronomie und Fotografie

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My first try on M1 (the Crab Nebula) in Taurus.
With the unmodified DSLR, not much color is visible. Due to the guide- issues, I limited the exposures to 180s.

OTA: 90mm/1250mm Maksutov Cassegrain
Mount: HEQ5 Pro
Camera: unmodified Canon EOS 1300D (Rebel T6)
Guiding: TSL80D with ASI120MC and PHD2
Software: Image- acquisition with APT, stacking with DSS, processing with Fitswork4 and Gimp2.10.
34 x 180s at ISO 1600 + 25 darks + 25 flats + 25 bias.
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M 33 Crop.
Newton 12"f/4
Canon 1000Da
12x300"
ISO 800
Darks,Flats
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I've been using a new device to power my deep sky astrophotography accessories.

The image of the North America Nebula here was captured using my new and improved setup. 2 Hours and 20 minutes of total exposure time using the ASI294MC Pro.

This little blue box powers my camera, mount, dew heater band, and focuser. If you're interested in the Pegasus Astro Pocket Powerbox - here is everything you need to know: https://astrobackyard.com/pegasus-astro-pocket-powerbox-review/
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Mars shines very brightly over the bay of Port-au-Saumon in Québec.
Pentax K-50 smc Pentax DA*16-50 ED F2.8
60 s iso 400 with astrotracer, 30 s for the foreground.
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M33 from last Saturday night reprocessed. I think I will try to collect more data on this target.

OTA: 90mm Maksutov
Mount: HEQ5 Pro
Camera: unmodified Canon EOS 1300D (Rebel T6)
Guiding: TSL80D with ASI120MC and PHD2
Software: Image- acquisition with APT, stacking with DSS, processing with Fitswork4 and Gimp2.10.
17 x 300s at ISO 1600 + 25 darks + 50 flats + 50 bias.
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Silent moon
Silent moon
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M 13 globular cluster in Hercules, a classic of summer nights. 120x60s, MN190, Canon 60D. From Mt. Amiata, Tuscany, Italy on Aug. 5.
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Wegen Neumond eignet sich die erste Hälfte des Monats September gut für die Beobachtung leuchtschwacher Objekte. Auch der Komet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner ist einen Blick wert.
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Ho provato a rielaborare la mia galassia preferita, M33 nel Triangolo. Immagini riprese dalla Val Troncea (Pragelato, TO) due anni fa. Newton 200/800, Canon 60D modificata. 30x180 s di posa. Ho cercato di esaltare le zone di polvere all'interno dei bracci, e la differenza di colore tra il centro, dominato da stelle rosse antiche, e la periferia, costellata di zone di formazione stellare e di stelle giganti blu. Ogni tanto penso che i fotoni che ho raccolto saono partiti da M33 2,9 milioni di anni fa... la gola di Olduvai non si era ancora nemmeno formata. ma da quelle parti strane scimmie cominciavano a muoversi in posizione eretta.

Tried to reprocess my favourite galax, M33 in Triangulum. From Val Troncea (Pragelato, Italy), two years ago. Newton 200/800, modified Canon 60D, 30x180 s. I tried to show the dust areas inside the arms, and the color difference between the center, dominated by old reddish stars, and the periphery with a lot of star formation and many blue giants. Sometime I think that the photons that I captured left M33 2.9 million years ago, when the Olduvai Gorge was not even formed, and possibly strange apes were starting to walk in an erected position.
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